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Old 12-29-2013
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Re: Teak cockpit table treatment question

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What about teak oil...??

It's easy to throw a coat on when it starts looking shabby..
this gets my vote.
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Re: Teak cockpit table treatment question

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Right on there Andy. I actually use Cetol plus Cetol Gloss. I thought of them as varnish. Technically, I don't know if Cetol is varnish or not. I use Cetol extensively on my IP.
Looking good there, Sea!
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Re: Teak cockpit table treatment question

Table, looking shabby?!?!?! one has a table in the middle of the cockpit because why?!?!?!

The easiest thing to maybe do from a maintenance standpoint.......remove the bugger!!!!!

Or an oil a couple of times a year. I used a varnish called "top secrete" yes, that is the brand name for when I redid the interior. Works well, It is a spar varnish style, so best to wipe on in many coats.

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